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Pexacratic caucuses tonight.
Attend tout ward caucus this evening.
J. M. Christy, of Des Moines, is in the
Egg-nog at Harper house billiard room
Buy joiirself a new hat for Eister, at
Lloyd fc titewart's.
F. S. Mattox, of Ottawa, was ia the
Prof. Kinsley, of the Le Claire schools,
was in the city today.
Kann & Huckstaedt are showing the
best selected line of carpets.
Easter novelties in neck wet r arrived
this morning at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Everything new; no shop worn goods
at II. F. Cordes.', in Darts' new block.
M. F. Hanley, formerly of this city,
now on Minneapolis, is in the c!ty.
Buy your spring hat at Lloyd & Stew
art's, and get it fitted to your head.
Lloyd & Stewart's spring line of goods
is now complete; call and examine.
For a parlor mirror or hall rack Km
& Huckstaedt have just received a nice
Don't forget that Kann & Huckstaedt
brt leaders in low prices and bet Quality
M. A. Patterson, of the Ptoria. re
turned last night from a business trip to
Supper will bejserved at the Crown
restautant for the masquerade st Armory
It is the town talk that B . F. Cordes
is the cheapes place to buy your f urnis
ture and carpets .
A. P. Graves and wife left for Beloit.
Wis . . this morning on a few daj e' visit to
friends in that city.
Bedroom sets and carpets are going
rapidly at prices that defy conpetition,
at Clemann & Sa'zmann's.
Miss Esther RosenSeld, who is attend
ing fchool at the Grant Seminary in Chi
cago, is home on a few days' vacation.
J. T. Schomp, of the C. B. & Q,
went to Burlington this morning to at
tend the funeral of a relative in that city.
Division Superintendent W. B. Throop,
of the Rock Island and St. Louis division,
of the C , B. & Q., wa6 in the city yester
day. One price, and that the rock bottom;
that is what makes the furniture and car
pets move at II. F. Cordes', 1802 Second
Bridge travel yesterday was as follows;
Foot north, 4S3: south, 476; total, 961.
TeamB north. 4UC; south, 410; total,
I don't recognize competition in cham
ber suites. You will save $ 5 on one
suii if you buy it at H. F. Cories'. 1802
News has been received of the death
at Guttenburg. Neb., of J, A. Johnston,
formerly of this city, of cancer. He was
45 years of age, and leaves one child.
Gus Of what denomination was the
bill you loaned Sol the other evening st
the Harper house billiard room? Frank
Episcopalian, I guess, it 6eemt, to keep
Mrs. Mary Newton was pleas intly sur
prised at her home on Twentieth street
last evening by about 35 of her friends
and a very pleasant evening was spent in
Remember the Easter serviceH at the
First Baptist church tomorrow. Special
Easter music. Eister concert exercises
in the evening. Emblematic and floral
H. G. Baker leaves Monday fn a four
weeks' tour through Nebraska in the int
erest of Dwight & Company, soda'manu
factures of New York, by whom he is
Mrs. W. C. Coilins aud chile1., accom
panied by her brother-in-law, EJward
Collins, left for Chicago this morning.
Her husband is already there, which will
be their future home.
Charles Sutberland.'of the Adams Ex
press company, will leave on Monday for
Marion, la , where he will accept a po
sition as messenger on the main line of
the C, M. & St. P.
The egg-nog at the Harper house bil
liard room, tones the syBtem, quickens
the blood and gives a power to the nerve
force that is positively incomparable. It
not only exhilarates but charms. Sample
it this evening.
House cleaning time is close at hand
when the carpets are taken up and dusted.
If your capet looks shabby and worn do
not put it down before you call at Cle
mann & Salzmann's and see their fine line
of over 400 rolls, all of the very latest
Mrs. Margaret Shaughnessy died at
her home, 714 Gaines street Dt venport,
yesterday rooming, and will be buried in
Chippiannock cemetery this city at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The de
ceased was 47 years of age and leaves
A large audience gathered at Harpei'a
theatre last night to witness the Stetson
company's presentation of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin." The caste was well filled and
tbe most noteworthy feature was the
singing by the Lone Star quartette, who
responded to several hearty encores.
Mrs. J. E. Larkin has gone to Oneida
to attend the funeral of her neptew," A.
Hamilton, a young man who died at
Burlington Thursday just as he was at
taining his majority. He bad made fre
quent visits to Rxk Island and was well
uki by all who knew him here.
Toe ULion this morniug makes formal
announcement under protest of the cai
didacy of II. C. Schaffer for the republi
can nomination for city clerk, of W. A.
Ehleb for alderman in the Fourth ward
and of J. C. Adams for alderman in the
"Second ward." Had the Union been
disposed to take the pointers offered by
The Argcs it could have made these an
nouncements several days ago and have
gotten them correct especially BS re
gards Mr. Adams, who lives in the Sev
Eister, the festival of the resurrec
tion of Jesus Christ, occurs tomorrow
and will be appropriately observed by the
churchesin this city. In ancient times the
celebration of Eister lasted eight days. Af
ter the eleventh century, however, it was
limited to three, and finally it became so
that ia one day the observances custom
ary to the occasion may be performed. It
used to be a favorite time for the perfor
mance of the rite of baptism. The courts
of justice were closed, and alnu were d.s.
pensed to the poor and needy; and
people had a fcood time generally;
the people saluted each other w4th
the oriental kiss and the exclamation
Surrexit (He is risen), to which the re
ply was Vere Surrex.t (He is risen in
deed). Tbe chief solemnity always con
sisted of the celebration of the L rd's
The most characteristic Easter rite,
and the one most widely diffused is the
use of Eister eggs. They are usually
stained or various colors, and the people
universally make presents of them. Some
times they are kept as amulets and some
times eaten. Tneir original use was un
doubtedly symbolical of the revivification
of nature tbe springing forth of life in
At the United Presbyterian, preaching
at 10:45 a. m and 7:30 p. m. by the ptsT
tor, Rev. H. C. Marshall. Morning
subject. "The Divinity of Christ;' eve
ning. "Eister Thoughts."
At the Y. M. C. A . at 3:30 p. m.. Rev.
C. E Taylor lectures on The Ea due
men t of the Spirit." Two cornet players
and O. H. Creel, the soloist, have prom
ised to be present. All young men are
invited. Possibly this mv be the last
Y.M. C. A. meeting at 1S07 Second ave
nue. At the Central Presbyterian. u.ual
services. Preaching by the pastor. Rev.
J. H. Kerr. Morning subject: -Tbe
Resurrection." The choir wul s ng tbe
Te Deum and an Easier anthem at the
morningr service. Sunday school at 9.30
a.m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m.
At the Christian, services at 10:45 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.. conducted by tbe pastor.
Rev. T. W. Grafton. Subject in the
morning. "The Christian at Church."
Eveuing, "The R surrection Life." Bap
tism! service in evening. Sunday schol
at 9:15 a. m. Young people's meeting at
At Trinity church, Eister services at 6
and 10 a. m , at 3 and 7:30 p. m Tbe
afternoon service will be for the Knights
Templar and the evening for the chil
dren. On Monday, services at 9 a. m.
and 7:3 J p m. Tuesday, at 9 a. m. Tbe
annual parish meeting for election and
reception of reports will be held Monday
At the First Methoiist, preaching at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p m. by the pst.or,
Rev. G. W. Gue Morning subject: "Eas
ter Glory, The Dead Shall Rise." Even
ing subject: "Sundav Closing and 8ab
bath of Rast for All." SuDdny school at
9:15 a m., superintendent, J. F. Robin
son. The Junior League Rt 2:30 p. m ,
Amy Henderson, leader Young people's
meeti ng C'30 p m , C. E. Adams, leader
At the First Baptist, preaching by tbe
pastor in the morning. Subject, "The
Resurrection " In the evening there will
be an Easter concert exercises by mem
bers of the Sunday school. Special
Easter music will be rendered by the
choir, both morning and evening. The
church will be appropriately dtcorated
witb Easter emblems and flowers. In
the evening a thank-offering will be tait
en for home missions. Sunday Fchool
at 9:15 a.ru ,J. W. Welch, superintendent.
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m,
subject, "Regeneration, 'led by Miss An
nie Kahlke. Sunday school at Forty
fourth street chapel at 3 p. m., C. L.
Kurmw and Orntltut lo.
A special to today's Chicago News from
Nauvoo contains the following concern
ing tbe Ramburger family, formerly of
The Ram;urger family is in a deplor
able condition. The mother has just died
from lung fever and tbe father cannot rei
cover. Five children are very low with
the disease. The family has been living
on an island in the most abject poverty.
The city authorities are now caring for
Tbe ijoeal Market.
Owing to the almoet impassable condition of the
roads in tbe country fanners are compelled to
stay at home which consequently makes business
ery dull on Market square and prices remain
about the stnie.
Grain Corn, 07; oat, K; rye. 80; and hay 110
to 815 per ton.
Produce Butter and eges remain nncbanged.
Butter 2D: per pound; eggs 23c per Jozeh.
An excellent remedy Two of my chil
dren have been much troubled with ne
raleia all winter. They used Salvation
Oil and a few applicotions produced a
complete cure. I consider it an excellent
remedy. Johh H. Jones, deputy in
spector.tobacco warehouse, No. 4, Balto.,
Dirtleigh: Real estate is the only in
vestment, after all, that a man can de
pend upon. Sodleigb: That's so, old
man. I'ye just bought a lot in the cem
etery. To the young face Pozzjdi'b Complex
ionPowder gives fresher charms, to the
old renewed youth. Try it.
THE ABQUB. B AT (J K
Hard ' i If ..v..
Der ion fr tut -. i. ...
allsizes. del.verel within city limit.. 25c !
akW , "orraan. Indiana black
54 50nd Cannel coal? 6 per ion delivered,
cartage added on all orders for lets than
one ton; enrmng in 25c per ton extra.
E. G. Frazkr.
Illinois Deoar m-ax Socampmtn', G. A. S.
Dkcati r. III.. Atril S-lii. l9i.Por '
above the C , B & Q m , ljrkeU .
irom points in Ulinoi. April 7-10. inclu-
nve, at one fare for the round trip, good j
Jti,airD",Sr Up to n'' 'nr'ti1n April 11, ,
. Good connection is made both go- i
ing and returning.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A.
A P.eaiug Sunt
Of health nml strenntn renewed ant of '
ease and comfort fo lows the ue of Sy-
rup of Fiir. H8 it nets in harmony w.th .
nature tot Se tunlly clean- the y..tem
when oosti or hi'.iou. For sale in Site '
and 1 bottles by all leading druirgists.
THE PRUSTK4.TIH0 SHOCK!
Of ma"aril fcv rare not tote eminremcted '
minine wit h at .teg rve of c.-rtnint r, or for m.v
l. tihoftim... Thvera.li. iti.rn an prevention
.f .Us. n sot a mUsiintic typo ure. however. '
axrertuinod t o-sibiliti. . ij,ms ,x.rin,v
Mi..n tli .t ili.-r. is inlinl t.-.v more rcvcntivQ
t-Biraey in the fl,. t.t ,n:,- t11(,i-in IT.t.-t- ;
t. r s M.,ma li T.itt. rs Out in the a ktU.i.N i
lrui:!.noison-iichir furmctly the oily
reo-irniz .Iniesn-of r. mvlni; at .1 nutiripatinlr ;
attacks of fever and f iruen.l t.:!li..ur inl n nt '
Whemhesis em his len .l. pi. tt.l ly -rlli- ;
eil.y rwirrlM? ..roxysm, thin itrrvenMc re- j
Momtiver newsihe fun-l f en.-nry. ai,. is n..t 1
on ya positive -.h tie. but repair tin .1 ininjre
to the teneral health innku-d t.y all fcl.ri e eom
'lnii.t pirukiiifc' of ihemn'ar a! char et. r.
For Sale. Rent Troh an frA on4 f j(AAl
-v w UUU 4U9,Cia
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
wu, mree aays at c per word
and one week at !Sc per word,
"Situations wanted-' and local -Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
WANTED A cood cirl for cur
t: Twent j-tirt afreet.
NICBLY FCKMSHKD KOuM FOR TWO
gent emen at .VfT Twentieth street.
WANTED A hone in ir.wxl rn-airfor 1aml!v
of three rMTStino. withint ..).. .
topayhtK-rai rent I..r Miitali!e rttniw j.
ilress W. A. T. AK..i otticv.
BUSIS ESS FOR SAlE-S,iirabi-for la.li. s or
Cent tHVltlT 10 I.fT !. f..r l:.. .
worn, of t.K.ds. AM-w. r or call at ro.m a.
whitt!'kfrbltk, ilavenport, Iuw.
l'..THKAsrY TllfPlPTUirVT w
Ton. n.r Mari-h i -isvl. -.-iii.l nn.i. ..n
receive.1. to be oin-l at o'clock i..' m April
.. lS'.il, for the sale to the Unite.! Mates of suit
aMe property. centi-Hliv ami n.no.n...t.tiv i. .
ltd. for a sit.-for the public t.uil.liuir a'uthor
74H .v hci of roTiirrri- aititmnj
i4. ltuu and Man-h X t.. t. ..nw,.. ... i.
Island, Illinois, a corner lot. appr..xima'tinr
f.H't front In- li f.-., Ir. ...... I . , .
fcrre!. If not a corner lot. the proierlv niu-t
awroximatp isni.vt itt- i.iri ,n ....... .
the lMt feet to lie street frontage, hach vn
IMWial must le made with the understandina
anu airreenient that, if It is acw pte.1. the build
inps and all iniprovenient on tbe propert v are
to to retained, and removed within 30 "davs
alter written notice, by the vendor, and that
ail expense. connectel with furbishiuir evi
dence of title anl deedo of conveyance are to
be paid by the vendor, taeh proisal must Ikj
act.uipauied by a projcr!v drawn diairrani,
pivinir the metes ami hound of the proiK-rtv.
arL'! s',ownr the streets around the block in
which the projxirty is situute.1: alsi by a writ
ten statement in rejrard to the (nudes, charac
ter of frround tor foundation, etc Iheriirlit
to reject any and ail priosals m rt serv .tl
Each proiKisal must t sealed, marled -I'ro-lKwal
for the sa e of property lor a site for the
IKit.lie buil.llnir in hock Island. Illinois." and
address.! ai d mailed to CUAl.LKs KtTKk.
Mcretarr t.f the Treasury, w a.-hinirton. 1. . .
IS EARLY THIS YEAR,
desire to call your attention to their
EXQUISITE LINE OF
R. GfiAMFTON & CO.,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 1891.
At MISS HASS".
t-uccewiorto 5iis Petersen, So. second avenue. Kca l.iat d.
The very latest Myiea in pattern headg. bonnet, ribbons, lace and fancy ric-d.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
Removed to 219
DAY. MAKCH 2. 189L
It la uid will !! anything, thla ia
true In a meaaure; but for staring
qualities,- merit ia the teat. Extensive
advertising may -ll anything where
It la new or unknown, but after It
onu s into general u. It la Judged
avsmlin-T tolu worth. The continued
vad au-ad.v crowtft of Swift'a Specific
U the beat evidence ul it eai-t-llcnc.
It la mott popular where it ia beat
known. rery bottle Bold, sella tea
other. Every one that takes it be
comes Its friend, and recomrrends it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on lilood and Skin Disease
Swirr Srcciric Co., Atlanta. Ga
BEST AND CirEAPEST
t'1 rh'- i'ti ) Taint House in ihet ity.
II. M. WALL,
JBIil hird Avenue
GET YODR PICTURES
Over A menial Kv press t.rCce,
"Kinrtelas work ruaraotced. Lady ant!
CITV-T0W.M1II ELECTION .NOiirC.
Notice Is hereby riven that tn ruedv the
JfNenth da of April. ,1SM. in the. It v of "Ko. k
Nland. nneletiion will to held lor the to low
ing offii-cr to-wit:
fno Mayor for two years.
Oneftty flerk fortw.t vear.
Onet itv Attorney fortw.t vear
ne Alderman in the Ktrt ward lor t woyt-ar.
One Alderman in tbe -cond Wan! for two
one Alderman In tbe Third Ward for two
One Alderman in the Fourth Ward for two
one Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
ne Alderman in the fith Ward f.rtwo
-ne Alderman in the Seventh WarJ for t wo
TiwKmir orrit rn.
Twa Assistant SiiKTvlsir f.-r tw j ear.
One As-es-sor f r one ear.
One ( ollitL.r f.T one'vear. a
W hich election win K-'open at P ..elm k in the
morniutr and continue .cn until 7 u'c .s k in
the aftern.Nin ft that .lav.
I.'eiristeniur and v. tm'ir wi'.l t- . ne at the
usuul votitijr place inea. har.
... ity uii-i Towu t.':erk.
Tate.! Manh 14 IWi.
J. M. IlEAhlLLY.
TTORSET AT LAW Office w-.-.h J.
I wor'tiy. 17S6 Second Avetiae.
JAIKS0N ic HL'HST,
ATTORWET8ATLAW. OCcr & Fact Itlud
Jtonl Bnnic Buildirr. h'k I'nd. 111.
. l. iina
SWEENEY & VTALKEIL
ATTORSETS AND COUNSF.LI.OR-; AT LAW
Ofllce In Beccioo njnek. Hnrk Ulat-d lli.
McEMKY k XcE.MCV,
ATTORSET'SJ AT LAW-Lon money or cood
pecaritT, make collections. Keferrr.re. Mitch
ell & Lynde. banker. Office in Fo-uic block.
THE DAILY AKI.TS.
FOR SALE EVEHV EVENING at Crtropuw'a
"EHT EVENING at
Five cent per copy.
DES. RUTHERFORD k HITLER,
GRADrATESOFTIIB ONTARIO VETERNA
ry collere, Veternary PbTicin and horeon.
Office l Tindall'i LlTeryrtable; Kendence: Over
After Bakery, market square.
WM. 0. KULP.O. D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
MASONIC TEMPLE, -
Boom M, V7. 2S and J.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT,
trade an then starts
tbem In r!!roa rcrv:c.
bend for creo.r.
VALENTINE BRO" .
13-11 J(. tii LB. Wit.
We want you to see the best corsets
for the money In this vicia!ty.
Our "Mayflower" at 60c Satteens
Our No. lOCT-asatteen sirireccr.
set ia black oiy at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in high t ut
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEM AM &
Three Times as
A atj other vtmilar t-.rti;..tn.t ia tte dt.
CLEIvlANN & SALZrvlANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos 124, 123 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
UCOOarORATKO CXDEB THE TBS STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Ojn daily f rata a.m.top.tn-, and gr.artfay tvetltfs frota 7 to S o'cteck.
FiTe per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. RITNOLDS. Pre-. T C. DINEMANTf. T!e-Prea. i. X. BTTTOEO, Carter.
P . L Mitchell, t P. Reroold. T. C. Xh-r kaun. Jota CrahTirt. C. F. Lrt.de.
J. J. Keuaera. L. Slnjfti. K. W. HoM. J. M. Bkford.
The Adams Furnishing House,
at specially low prices.
On other lines of corsets
we are -
pecially strong. All the best standam
makes in stock.
Special va'ues this week In oiber
New spring dres pod-
Immense assortment of black
Thecboiceft tbirgs go early.
Large a Stock of
is resered for
Krm - !) mt Davenport.